All about heat treatments for bed bug infestations
The Environmental Protection Agency, the Centers for Disease Control, and the United States Department of Agriculture all agree that bed bugs are a public health threat. Bed bugs feed on their human hosts and cause itchy bites. If you have fallen victim to a bed bug infestation, know that you aren’t alone. Bed bugs do not discriminate against income, race, or location. Everyone can suffer from an infestation at any time. At Eagle Pest Services, we are experts in treating bed bugs and work with you to remove, clean, and prevent infestations from coming back.
What to do after a termite infestation
If you have recently noticed a termite infestation in your home you’re not alone. According to the National Pest Management Association, termites are a serious issue that cause billions of dollars in home repairs every year for homeowners just like you. At Eagle Pest Services, we are here for your after any termite infestation. We understand the importance of treating these swarms quickly and often. If you notice termites, we suggest taking the following steps to ensure that more costly damage isn’t done to your home.
Invasive Pest Species in Virginia
Its that time of the year again. The time has come for Virginians to see an increase of pests around their homes. Virginia has invasive pest species that make it exponentially more difficult to control infestations around your homes and businesses. Invasive pests are those that are not native to the ecosystem and cause harm. A professional pest control company typically keeps current information on invasive pest species. At Eagle Pest Services, we do extensive research and training on how to control the invasive pest populations and always monitor for new species that may potentially cause harm. Throughout Virginia, you may see some of these pests. If you do, give us a call as soon as possible to start a pest control plan before an infestation gets out of hand.
THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF SUMMER PESTS
Ticks and mosquitoes are the most common harmful types of pests you’ll encounter during your summer activities. These pests both can transmit serious illnesses. Bees and wasps are some other summer pests that you’ll want to avoid especially if you or a family member has allergic reactions to their stings. Though it is impossible to completely avoid all contact with harmful pests there are some basic precautions you can take to minimize contact.